Globalisation and Business Ethics
Karl Homann, Peter Koslowski, Christoph Luetge
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 244 pages
This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to provide a theoretical overview of how business ethics deals with the phenomenon of globalization. The authors first examine the origins and development of globalization and its interaction with business ethics, before discussing the impact on and role of national and multinational corporations. The book goes on to examine the relationship between industrialized and developing countries, and explores the place of ethics in globalized markets.
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